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Play head-to-head wirelessly on Xbox Live, or on your home network.

Dual band 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz Wireless A/B/G home network compatible.

Compact, high performance design.

Powered by Xbox 360 to eliminate adaptor clutter.

Streams photos and music from Microsoft Windows XP and recorded TV, movies and videos from your Microsoft Windows XP Media Center based PC.

Easy setup and installation.

Collaborates with Xbox 360 authentic wireless accessories for worry-free integration.

802.11a allows stepped-up data transfer for enhanced video streaming.
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#1
Sorry it should be under shopto accidentaly posted it under hmv
#2
Link should be fine now, thanks for letting us know
#3
this is a good price been looking for one for a while sub £40
#4
does this work with visa ?
banned#5
yeah good price hot from me
#6
katya1971
does this work with visa ?


You mean vista ?

As it wouldnt connect to the pc i dont see why it wouldnt - it goes in the back of the 360 and connects to the router not the pc
banned#7
#8
microsoft must be coining it in on these, 'bout time the chinese did a copy and sold it for a tenner.
#9
I got 2 xbox in the house, would i be right in thinging that i would need one for each system.
#10
Good price but personally I'd rather use some form of Homeplug rather than WI-FI.
#11
michchan
I got 2 xbox in the house, would i be right in thinging that i would need one for each system.


These devices plug into the Xbox360 so if you want both of your 360s to have wifi access then yes you would need two, one for each 360.
#12
Starman
Good price but personally I'd rather use some form of Homeplug rather than WI-FI.
Hi Starman, could you explain what a homeplug is, not heard of that before. cheers :thumbsup:
#13
Well no, that's 4% for software only.

Thanks ordered myself one :)
#14
is there no other way of connecting my Xbox 360 through wireless?

Surely there must be another way?
#15
you can get a wirless bridge adapter like this http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=10813&source=froogle if you can find them cheaper
#16
Yep, wireless bridges are the only other alternative. One advantage is that they can be used for other devices that don't have built in wifi but do have an ethernet socket (eg old xbox v1, old PC). One disadvantage is that it needs it's own power supply from the wall socket whereas the Official Xbox306 Wirless Adaptor here gets all the power it needs from the USB socket so it's nice and tidy.
#17
I think Belkin sell a wireless bridge that's USB powered, it may use 2 plugs I'm not sure but it definitely exists.

Also when buying a w/bridge keep in mind that some devices can only support one wired client.
#18
chrisandemma
you can get a wirless bridge adapter like this http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=10813&source=froogle if you can find them cheaper


This one seemed to get a decent write-up, though now gone up to £22.99 + delivery at Ebuyer. Might be cheaper options too...
#19
im using one of these mainly for streamin videos, xvids divx and small x264 work fine. However large HD x264 files struggle over wireless so for this content better off with the wired connection. Great for music pics, xvids and online play tho. Voted Hot
#21
pretty damn hot
#22
voted hot work a treat for me used the 1 pound discount as well on my first order so got it for 38.99
thanks very much been looking for one of these for ages great deal!!!!
banned#23
£40 for a wireless adaptor!!
#24
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What a bargain - both of my sons have recently got an Xbox 360 each and I ended up paying £55 quid each for these from argos.

Great find
#25
Cuddy
Yep, wireless bridges are the only other alternative. One advantage is that they can be used for other devices that don't have built in wifi but do have an ethernet socket (eg old xbox v1, old PC). One disadvantage is that it needs it's own power supply from the wall socket whereas the Official Xbox306 Wirless Adaptor here gets all the power it needs from the USB socket so it's nice and tidy.


Another advantage for using a custom wireless bridge is that Xbox wireless adaptor does not support WPA2 encryption.

WEP should be wiped out of planet and people should never use it, but even WPA is not all that secure, though vastly superior to the infamous WEP encryption. WPA2 is the only thing people should use to secure their wireless network.
#26
thanks for the heads up on the the fact it does not support WPA encrption, think i'll stick with my laptop for now.
#27
Nice find Dan :)
#28
wingz
thanks for the heads up on the the fact it does not support WPA encrption, think i'll stick with my laptop for now.


It does support WPA, but not WPA2.
WPA is okay if you use a complicated long password. Still people should only use WPA2 if possible.
#29
Great deal. Heat added
#30
ukdealee
This one seemed to get a decent write-up, though now gone up to £22.99 + delivery at Ebuyer. Might be cheaper options too...


So do you just plug this in the back of the Xbox or does it come with a dongle you plug into the xbox? cheers.
#31
good find, heat and rep added
#32
jertzy
So do you just plug this in the back of the Xbox or does it come with a dongle you plug into the xbox? cheers.


Yes, just plug it in to the XBOX USB port.
#33
Not really sure what 'high performance design' actually means, it seems about as aerodynamic as a council estate and about as aesthetically pleasing.

Still a great price for a quality item, I paid loads for mine a while back.
#34
sadiebabes
Nice find Dan :)


i know on a roll today :thumbsup:
#35
I just use a netgear wge111 wireless gaming adapter/bridge does a brilliant job (altho not usb powered) but it only cost me £12.50 delivered (used) on ebay. :-D

This is a hot deal for a genuine xbox one tho. :thumbsup:
#36
great price heat & rep added
#37
Don't need one but great price for those who do. Heat and rep added.
#38
excellent product - have had one plugged into my XBOX 360 since Jan 2006 :)
#39
i think its so unfair that they make you use something like this - from the people at microsoft of all things.

my standard wireless router which allows 3 laptops, my ps3, psp, wii and ds to all connect to it without extra charges - yet the 360 wont do it?

im looking at this laptop option, since i use one all the time and it will be right next to my 360, it may work.
#40
Better off going for wireless access point than this e.g. Buffalo. Found the range much better on them than this personally. Plus access points have more useage potential than this and probably cheaper.

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